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Pap. Berlin P. 13514

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Collection Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, SPK (P)
Inventory Number Pap. Berlin P. 13514
Publication Number P.Eleph. 24
Current Location Cairo, Egyptian Museum (transferred to the museum in 1912)
Publication Permission Status (unknown)
Publication Status published

Origin / Provenance

Ancient Provenance Site Elephantine (Ꜣbw; Yb; YbꜢ; YbꜤ; Ἐλεφαντίνη, יב , ⲉⲓⲏⲃ) [Trismegistos]
Certainty: high
Ancient Provenance District Upper Egypt, 1st nome (Ombites) [Trismegistos]
Type of Discovery archaeological excavation
Certainty: high
Finder (= First Purchaser) Rubensohn, Otto (excavation director)
Certainty: high
Location of Find / Purchase in Egypt Elephantine
District of Find / Purchase in Egypt Upper Egypt, 1st nome (Ombites) [Trismegistos]
Type of Acquisition for the Intitution partage
Transferor (Seller, Previous Owner) (not relevant)
Certainty: high
Buyer (Currently Housing Institution) Königliche Museen zu Berlin
Certainty: high


Object Type papyrus
Dating between -223 and -222
Criteria for Dating date according to Milon archive
Range of Preservation complete

Text Basic Information

Localization of Text on Object recto
Script-Fiber-Relation (for Payri) parallel (recto)
Inks and Pigments carbon ink monochrome black
Range of Preservation (Text) complete
Script, Primary Greek
Language, Primary Greek, Ancient
Comments on Handwriting documentary, ptolemaic cursive
  recto verso
Quantity of Lines 13
Quantity of Columns 1


Text Content

Modern Title Offer for lease
Ancient Archives praktor archive | Milon
Ancient Scribe(s) of Text
Text Types
  • documentary
  • documentary | hypomnema
  • documentary | offer
Summary of Content Offer for lease from Phatres, son of Paleuis, to the praktor Milon, praktor of the temple, concerning the house of Psentaes the elder, son of Estphenis, furthermore for another half of a house, a pastophorion, a priesthood and land belonging to the same Psentaes.)
Location of Composition Edfou / Apollonpolis magna Upper Egypt, 2nd nome Egypt (Certainty: high)
Comments on Text ok taggin not finished
Multilingualism Monolingual Script = Language
Gender Man
Religion unknown



Transcription Translation Pictures
1Μίλωνι πράκτορι ἱερῶν
2παρὰ Φατρέους Παλήυιος.
3τῆς Ψενταῆτος μεγάλου
4Ἐστφήνιος οἰκίας α καὶ ἡμίσους καὶ τοῦ ἐν τῶι
5ἱερῶι παστοφορίου καὶ τοῦ
6γέρως καὶ τῶν ἄλλων τῶν
7ὑπαρχόντων αὐτῶι ἐγγαίων,
8καθότι ἂν ἡμῖν ἐπιδείξωσιν
9οἱ βασιλικοὶ γραμματεῖς,
10ὑφίσταμαι δώσειν εἰς τὸ βασιλι-
11κὸν ἐν ἔτεσι δ χαλκοῦ Ασ.
12κα τοῦ ἐμ 1 l. ἐν Ῥενεβειος παστοφορίου
13τοῦ ἐντὸς τοῦ ἱεροῦ ὁμοίως π. (hand 2) εὐτύχει.

1 l. ἐν
1To Milon, the praktor of the temple,
2from Phatres, son of Paleuis.
3For the house of Psentaes the elder,
4son of Estphenis, and for (another) half (house) and for the
5pastophorion in the temple and for the
6priesthood and for the other
7property consisting of land belonging to him,
8according to the notification which will give to us
9the royal scribes,
10I promiss to pay to the royal
11treasury in four years 1200 copper (drachmas).
12And for the pastophorion in Renebeios
13situated in the temple, likewise 80 (drachmas). Farewell.
Places (read out from edition)
  • Ῥενεβειος (places.xml#179)

    People mentioned in Text

    ID gender en normiert original Language Functions in Texts
    480 man Milon praktor Mrn = Μίλων (not identified)



    RulerID Regnal Year MonthID Day Date of the Text Gregorian Date dating_comment
    Ptolemaios III Euergetes -223 BCE -222 BCE date according to archive of Milon;




    DatasetID 307149
    last Change 29.07.2022
    Berlpap 03749
    Trismegistos 5856
    Papyri.info ddbdp/p.eleph;;24
    Author Daniel Werning, Ruth Duttenhöfer
    Dataset License Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International
    (CC BY-NC-SA)
    Data set citation Data set 307149 (= Pap. Berlin P. 13514), ERC-Project ELEPHANTINE: Daniel Werning, Ruth Duttenhöfer.